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You truly don't get one with out a fight. they are always short and it hard to get more then a day or two. wasn't always like this.

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Yearly 2%. New graduates will start out making more than you as an experienced nurse.

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Come prepared and be professional no matter what position you are applying for. Take pride in yourself. It's not a social meeting in a bar. You are a healthcare professional! Know what the OSF mission is and be able to speak to it. Have goals beyond just gaining employment. Be ready to commit to working and having a career. Everything you do links back to being a community of care givers and being a Mission Partner.

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No, not in IT.

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Crazy fast in the lab. to much work and always short of help

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A recruiter will reach out via phone to complete a phone interview. This will begin the interview process. If you are then selected by the manager, they will then reach out for an in-person interview.

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I hate it supervisore don't care about you

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Culture is important here. You work with a lot of people who genuinely want to help others. It isn't always perfect, but compared to other places I've been it's a huge improvement.

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Review all the supervisors performance, have HR actually support the employees and get them assistance when needed. Review and enforce there own policies that management, supervision and HR, break on a routine basis. They say they care about patients, they certainly dont care about there employees.

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